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Published: 07 September 2018

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I think something as outrageous as this requires a measure of moral courage on the part of the city of Oklahoma City,” Coakley wrote on July 8. “I am disappointed the city would be unwilling to risk the expense of a lawsuit to prevent such an offensive outrage to so many of its citizens.” “I cannot recommend that the city take any action that would violate the Constitution and involve the city in a lawsuit that would likely result in a judgment and fees being assessed against the city,” Couch wrote. Looks like the Catholic Arch-Bishop is unamerican, and doesn’t agree with the 1st amendment. This shows that the Catholic Church and its minions still believe they are above the Law. “You told me that if permission were to be denied for this event, the group would probably go across the street and get an injunction. … I am disappointed the city would be unwilling to risk the expense of a lawsuit to prevent such an offensive outrage to so many of its citizens. … “I intend to maintain a civil and respectful demeanor throughout, but I will not be giving up on this.” According to Paul Coakley, the City of Oklahoma City should take a law suit to stop freedom of speech against citizens of the United States of America because they have opposing religious views. Its so sad that there are laws against burning people at the stake anymore. I bet they are praying away for that old school vindication. This is a problem with Catholics and Christians alike, if they can’t bring onto the Borg, then you are evil! An Invitation to Evil Regardless of the legal fine points of free speech and religious freedom, there is a larger issue that many seem to be missing, Archbishop Coakley said. “They’re calling upon a powerful force of evil and inviting this presence into our community,” he said. “This is just a very dangerous thing.” Final though: Not so, said Charles Haynes, director of the Religious Freedom Center at the Newseum Institute in Washington. “Freedom of speech under the First Amendment includes the right to speak freely for or against religion without governmental interference,” he said. “Freedom of religion in the United States does not mean freedom from being offended by speech that mocks or attacks religion. The answer to offensive or hateful speech is more speech — speech that counters the offending speech.”

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